The Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club was established over 50 years ago in the historic coastal town of Hull Massachusetts.
The original purpose of the club was to promote interest in salt-water fishing and hunting, as well as, to encourage younger people in these sports, so as to become better sportsmen.
From these early days of hunting and fishing, the Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club has evolved into an active social organization that also offers many activities for boaters, such as, nautical classes, historical lectures, dances, and dock parties.
Community service has been a longtime commitment and is the pride of the club members. Some of the community activities include donations to area scholarships, fishing outings for veterans, and luncheons for senior citizens. These events are rewarding not only for the guests but also for the members who help plan and ensure their success.
All of the members and their guests can enjoy boating along the beautiful Hull coastline, Boston Harbor Islands, and the surrounding waterfront communities.
The Nantasket Beach Salt Water Club encourages new members. The club is always open for people to check out the facility and you will always see a friendly face and enjoy great conversation.
The NBSWC holds a monthly meeting on the third Wednesday of each month. The club's dues are reasonable, with a long list of benefits. Organization officials say they look forward to seeing new faces.